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vietnamwarera:Patrol Air Cushion Vehicles (PACV) in the background, 1968.

vietnamwarera:Patrol Air Cushion Vehicles (PACV) in the background, 1968.

Washing a Huey Near Camp Radcliff, 1966 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Washing a Huey Near Camp Radcliff, 1966 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

February 28, 1967     The Mobile Riverine Force (TF 117) was activated under command of COMNAVFORV.    THE MOBILE RIVERINE FORCE ASSOCIATION  RIVERINE OPERATIONS

February 28, 1967 The Mobile Riverine Force (TF 117) was activated under command of COMNAVFORV. THE MOBILE RIVERINE FORCE ASSOCIATION RIVERINE OPERATIONS

CVW-2 Carrier Air Wing 2 CARAIRWING TWO - US Navy

CVW-2 Carrier Air Wing 2 CARAIRWING TWO - US Navy

Front View of the Navy PACV : The Navy's Patrol Air Cushion Vehicle (PACV) was introduced during the Vietnam War. It was used for assault mi...

Front View of the Navy PACV : The Navy's Patrol Air Cushion Vehicle (PACV) was introduced during the Vietnam War. It was used for assault mi...

"Do you see all these great buildings?" replied Jesus. "Not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown down."

"Do you see all these great buildings?" replied Jesus. "Not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown down."

'The Cavalry Moves Out In Vietnam'. Possibly the 11th ACR around 1967.  Photographer: Co Rentmeester. Uncertain attribution.

'The Cavalry Moves Out In Vietnam'. Possibly the 11th ACR around 1967. Photographer: Co Rentmeester. Uncertain attribution.

Air Force Memorial.  One Air Force Memorial Drive  Arlington, VA 22204.  Phone:  703-979-0674.  Fax: 703-979-0556 afmf@airforcememorial.org. afmf@airforcememorial.org.

Air Force Memorial. One Air Force Memorial Drive Arlington, VA 22204. Phone: 703-979-0674. Fax: 703-979-0556 afmf@airforcememorial.org. afmf@airforcememorial.org.

02 May 1968, A Shau Valley, South Vietnam --- A Communist built road serves as a footpath for members of the 1st Cavalry Division during Operation Delaware in the A Shau Valley. The road was built with metal strips, normally used by allied forces for constructing landing strips. It was disclosed April 28th that the cavalrymen had invaded the valley and fought a costly battle to establish a foothold in the Communist enclave.

02 May 1968, A Shau Valley, South Vietnam --- A Communist built road serves as a footpath for members of the 1st Cavalry Division during Operation Delaware in the A Shau Valley. The road was built with metal strips, normally used by allied forces for constructing landing strips. It was disclosed April 28th that the cavalrymen had invaded the valley and fought a costly battle to establish a foothold in the Communist enclave.

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